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Because NCTE will hold its annual convention in Boston in 2013, NEATE will not present its annual conference next year, but NEATE will have a significant presence in Boston, and we urge you to attend the NCTE meeting, entitled "(Re)Inventing the Future of English," scheduled for November 21–26, 2013.
Volunteer at the Convention and Earn a Fee Waiver!
Full (i.e., dues-paying) members of NEATE are eligible to volunteer to work at the NCTE convention and may receive a conference fee waiver if they can contribute 8 hours. Volunteers must also be members of NCTE. To sign up as a volunteer, click here and fill out the online form. If you have questions, contact Cathy Nicastro at email@example.com.
NEATE member, David Ludt, will be offering an exciting professional development opportunity in which teachers will travel to London to engage in an in-depth first-hand study of Shakespeare's live, times, and works. Contact Dave at…Continue
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I'm New England chair of a Youth Outdoor Writing Contest sponsored by the New England Outdoor Writers Association, the oldest regional outdoor non-profit writers organization in America.composed of professional outdoor writers dedicated to promoting…Continue
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NEATE is still looking for submissions for the Fall edition of The Leaflet. Please send us your essays, poetry, or short fiction to be considered for publication. Submissions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday, August 15. Please…Continue
Started by Alex Scarelli Jul 19.
Lesléa Newman's Session on Matthew Shepard
Mary Barszcz and Donna Thomsen's Session on College Writing
Roz Kubek's Session on The Literary Debate
Aimee Marsland's Session on Multidimensional Graphic Organizers
Abbey Dick's Session on Teaching Nonfiction